AIMS Workshop: Focus on Resolution

When: 12th March 2024
Venue: Google Meet
Cost: £30 (AIMS members) / £40 (non members)

Join us for the an interactive online AIMS workshop "Focus on Resolution" with Dr Rebecca Moore.

Rebecca who is a Consultant Psychiatrist and founding member of Make Birth Better will explore with us the issues around birth trauma and resolution including:

  • Understanding the current maternity landscape including birth in the press, maternity reviews and medicolegal claims.
  • How might you feel? The causes of trauma
  • Sources of support after birth trauma, stillbirth and neonatal loss
  • Making a complaint: Including how to start the process, PALS, writing an email, the new ISA role, HSIB and Coroners.
  • Birth Debriefing: what to expect, how to make the most of an appointment, recent literature on effectiveness of debriefing and private debrief services.


The ticket price includes an £8 voucher for the AIMS shop so you can buy the book of your choice (or some notelets, a bag or a mug if you prefer.)

BOOK HERE - Tickets cost £30 for members, £40 for non-members. If you are not already an AIMS Member and would like to consider supporting AIMS, then you can find details here: Join AIMS - Become a Member

Full list of current AIMS Workshops can be found here.
All profits from AIMS workshops go to supporting AIMS work and AIMS thanks those leading workshops for donating their time.

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